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T - 176 © Copyright 2005, Prestwick House, Inc. Teacher’s Page Things Fall Apart Crossword Puzzle 2 1 Y 2 A M 3 S 4 S T R I 5 N G G I W B L 6 C 7 A 8 K O T M A K H B Y L C 9 F I R 10 E A E A O G M T 11 W R E S T L I 12 N G T U N O 13 E G G S 14 S E V E N W K U 15 J I G A D A Across 1 the king of crops 4 another name for snake 8 another name for the court messengers 9 "Living _____ begets cold, impotent ash" 11 the popular sport of the Ibo 13 the rare delicacy given to Enzima but not to the other children 14 the number of weeks between birth and naming 15 waist beads worn by Ibo women Down 2 an Ibo man with no titles 3 the sacred tree of spirits of good children 5 Okonkwo's child who converts to Christianity 6 the Ibo's personal god 7 the clan wiped out by the white man 10 the cult of the spirits of the ancestors 12 "Mother is Supreme"
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Name: ________________________________ Date:_________________ Crossword Puzzle 2 S - 177 Reproducible Student Worksheet Student’s Page Things Fall Apart 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Across 1 the king of crops 4 another name for snake 8 another name for the court messengers 9 "Living _____ begets cold, impotent ash" 11 the popular sport of the Ibo 13 the rare delicacy given to Enzima but not to the other children 14 the number of weeks between birth and naming 15 waist beads worn by Ibo women Down 2 an Ibo man with no titles 3 the sacred tree of spirits of good children 5 Okonkwo's child who converts to Christianity 6 the Ibo's personal god 7 the clan wiped out by the white man 10 the cult of the spirits of the ancestors 12 "Mother is Supreme"
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178 © Copyright 2005, Prestwick House, Inc. APPENDIX Terms and Definitions Allusion - a reference to a person, place, poem, book, event, etc., which is not part of the story, that the author expects the reader will recognize. Example : In The Glass Menagerie , Tom speaks of “Chamberlain’s umbrella,” a reference to British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. Characterization - the methods, incidents, speech, etc., an author uses to reveal the people in the book. Characterization is depicted by what the person says, what others say, and by his or her actions. Chronology - a sequential, time order of past events. Climax - the point of greatest dramatic tension or excitement in a story. Examples: Othello’s murder of Desdemona. In To Kill a Mockingbird , the person chasing Scout is killed. Conflict - the struggle that moves the action forward in a work of literature. There are three types of conflict, and most books include all three: man versus man ( Example : a typical Western, in which the sheriff confronts the outlaw); man versus nature ( Example : a story about someone surviving in a small boat on the ocean); man versus himself ( Example : a character in a story fighting his or her own drug abuse). Some authorities consider man versus society a fourth category of conflict ( Example : a character in a book fighting against the Nazis).
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